Asia scores 32 shortlists at One Show's Q3 for 2017 lead by Ogilvy & Mather Singapore with 10

Allianz_Amateur Replay.jpgOgilvy & Mather Singapore has scored a total of 10 shortlists out of Asia's 32 finalists in One Show's Q3 (Quarter 3) shortlist, released today.

Eight of Ogilvy Singapore's shortlists were for Allianz's "Amateur Replay", one is for Singtel's "Data Exstream" and one for Singtel's "Singtel Firecracker".

Cheil Hong Kong has 4 finalists - three for Samsung's #BeTheirEyes and one for Hello Angel's "Nappy Notes".

Ogilvy & Mather Group Hong Kong has two finalists one for Volkswagen "Honestly Good Prices" and the other for Shutterstock's "Fake Study".
Betheireyes2.jpgOther agencies to score two finalists are Serviceplan Munich + Serviceplan  Seoul + Dot Incorporation Seoul for Dot Incorporation's "DOT. The first Braille Smartwatch", Postvisual Seoul + Weno Seoul + Drone Orange + People Do Media for innisfree's "Jeju Flying Bike", DDB Group Singapore for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals' "Do You See That Doggie in the Shelter?", Plusing Taipei + Fablab Dynamic Taipei Nike Taiwan's "The Hoops Proving Ground", Tencent Shenzhen, China for "Alert: Turning Social Network Into A Missing Children Alert" and Mullenlowe Vietnam + Noisy Neighbors Manila + Optimedia Ho Chi Minh City for Perfetti Van Melle's "The Cotton Ball".

The following agencies have one shortlist each - Dentsu Inc. Tokyo + Spoon inc. for Toyota Motor Corporation's "The World is one", MRM//McCann Singapore + McCann Health Singapore for Singapore Red Cross Society's "Red Cross Connection", McCann Tokyo + Tohokushinsha Film Corporation Tokyo for Cassio Computer's "G-Shock Bonsai" and BBDO Guerrero Makati City for The Philippines Department of Tourism's "Photofails in Paradise".

VIEW THE Q3 SHORTLIST

2 Comments

Let's avoid blandvertising said:

How does the Allianz Amateur Replay have anything to do with Allianz?!?

The Great Scamboni said:

"How does the Allianz Amateur Replay have anything to do with Allianz?!?"

The answer is in the credits.

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